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Coolant leakes out when poured in

I notice coolant leaks onto the ground as soon as I pour coolant in without even starting the car. What gives?

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Hole in rad or the hose,

Posted on Nov 04, 2012

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Yes, I have both a sunroof (which I have had problems with it getting stuck open) and a luggage rack.

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Yes Ive had this happen to my Toyota corrola and my dodge there are 2 different reasons why this is happening 1 of them it depends on if you have a sun/moon roof if so theres a vent in there so if any water or anything goes in it reroutes it too the outside of the car if its cloggeed water will spill into the car like that and just leave puddles the second thing is if you have it parked outside with trees all around theres vents up on the hood where the windsheild meets the hood they clog up so if you look along the back firewall which is under the hood all the way in the back theres a hole that gets clogged you need to clean that out and the easiest way to do that is get someone with a air compressor and blow air in that holke to push it all out it should fix all your water problems and if you have any questions let me know ill be glad to help, also please rate me.

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Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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if it was an oil like substance it sounds like it might be freon from your a/c a line might have finally broke in the HVAC witch is in the dash and that sound like the problem hope this helps

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SOURCE: coolant leaking on manifold, steaming.No hose or radiator leak.

i think its going to be the head gasket duto the way its leaking coolant. one of the water jackets maybe i would have it checked to be sure but it sounds like head gasket

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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SOURCE: 1997 Toyota Avalon over-heating problem due to low coolant level

Could be buring coolant from headgasket leak. thats the only other way coolant can leave your engine besides a leak.

Side note:
I strongly reccomend in the future not to use ne kind of coolant stop-leak stuff. you have small passages coolant needs to go through and that stuff also cloggs up those areas. alot of people dont think that far ahead. so alittle info for the future for you. it also cloggs up your heatercore and radiator. and will cause faster corrosion in those areas.

Posted on Apr 28, 2009

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